After a failed attempt to keep manager Marco Silva at the club, who has preferred a challenge in the Premier League with Watford, The Telegraph reports Hull City are prime to lose Harry Maguire, Andrew Robertson and Sam Clucas to the Premier League too.
The trio wishes to stay in the Premier League, alerting their agents to be open to any viable offers. Liverpool and Everton are showing growing interest in Andrew Robertson, while Stoke City and West Brom are said to be interested in Harry Maguire and Sam Clucas.
New leadership may be on the cards, as several reports suggest former CSKA Moscow boss, Leonid Slutsky, is ready to take on the Championship side.
Regardless, the club will be wanting to rebuild their squad as the team’s composition will considerably weaken following the return back of six loan players to their parent clubs, (Oumar Niasse, Omar Elabdellaoui, Lazar Marković, Andrea Ranocchia, Alfred N’Diaye and Dieumerci Mbokani.) With a reported £40m to spend this summer, Hull City will look to be very active in the transfer market.